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  • Crispin de Passe (Pas) (konstnär)
  • Salomon Koninck (Konstnär, 1609-1656) Amsterdam, Nederland
Svenska: En gammal man i karminröd dräkt och kalott liggande i praktfull barocksäng. Till vänster bord med kardinalshatt, handfat och kanna av guld på golvet, knäböjande man som håller ljus. Vid sängen står ett ungt par. Kardinalen har förenat deras händer och välsignat dem. Till höger ett annat par, samt page som håller värja. Figurerna står i ett trepassformigt fält, där målningen är tjockare och färgen klarare, än i hörnen (möjligen påmålat och fernissat under 1600- talet).
Duken rektangulär, målningen halvcirkelformig. Resten av duken är brunmålad.
Kilad spännram , oläsbar text skriven med blyerts.Enkel förgylld prydnadsram med ornament av förgyllt bly i hörnen. 1800- tal. På baksidan skrivet med rödkrita : "No 2." Ramlistens bredd 70 mm.
Historiemålning sign. " SALOMON KONINCK F ". Efter teckning av Crispin de Pas i kopparstickssamlingen, Köpenhamn.
Målningen har suttit i ett tak på Kronborgs slott i Danmark.

The painting possibly depicts the double engagement between Duke Frederik (1471-1533), later Frederik I of Denmark, and Anna of Brandenburg (1487-1514), and Kurfurst Joachim I and Elisabeth, the daughter of King Hans.
Additonal info: The painting was part of a series of paintings depicting great scenes of Danish history comissioned by Christian IV of Denmark for Kronborg Castle. It was taken as war booty by Carl Gustaf Wrangel on 6 September 1658. Several of these paintings were deliberately taken by the Swedes as an act to deprive the Danes of their history. Three other paintings from this series can also be viewed at Skokloster Castle today.
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Kardinalen välsignar ett ungt par. Måleri. Historiebild.
Nyckelord: Målning, Föremålsbild, Tavla
Date 1640s
date QS:P571,+1640-00-00T00:00:00Z/8
Medium oil on canvas
medium QS:P186,Q296955;P186,Q4259259,P518,Q861259
Dimensions Length: 3,450 mm (11.31 ft); Height: 1,650 mm (64.96 in)
dimensions QS:P2043,3450U174789;P2048,1650U174789
institution QS:P195,Q1891413
Accession number
Ownership history Carl Gustaf Wrangel
Source/Photographer Jens Mohr LSH 85996 (sm_dig4013)
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